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"charles medic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"charles medic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Do it right answer for me is not about the cancer the person that you're he starts from the moving in there on most cancer free going to treat the root cause why this developed in the first place this is just a start when I die I want you to know each one of you is an inspiration end of it to bring those people together trying to tell the stories and let people see what someone has to deal with because I mean you may not suffer from some but maybe one day we will like my pastor tell me just keep on living that's it that's it something's gonna come your way yeah you can find some some confined exactly so at times we look at these people who are going to something and they have so much strength and you wonder how did they do it how did he keep going and you know so we're able to show some of them were able to show how they keep going why they keep going what is there what is it why you touch on some of this and you can't have it where it's not only debilitating for the person going through it physically but it can be debilitating for the family emotionally mentally financially yeah what did this series teach you or what it might teach people who are not familiar with those types of variables will definitely I think that the people that we chose for the show on the outside they may look like the all happy together and at times there are situations that we are all facing like you said whether it's financial you know there are a lot of people right now who may die just because they can't afford to get a blood test right they can't afford to go after you get the blood test to go find some treatment people understand how expensive a blood test is they have no idea without insurance you would not be able to afford a blood test I'm saying a simple blood test and when I talk to files and we're not just talking one blood tests right with with with something like cancer you might need fifteen twenty blood test and then you might need some other exams to as well so financially it could be it could be terrifying then your people who are dealing with with relationship issues so when you deal with all these things while dealing with cancer it could be something that is just devastating at times you know you got somebody who you're seeing going through therapy you seeing lose weight you seen just being broke down when one of the young ladies on show name is Kate she only has six months to live I mean little you're talking about a few doctors have told her you know get ready to cash in it and now she's just bought a a beach home what yeah don't spoil the end of well our journey is not done but you know once again can you imagine somebody's telling you you have six months to live and they have tried everything and now you have to go in tried you know a last resort and that last resort may have helped you trust Matix if I have this right because we're coming up on another commercial break short answer is there hope at the end of the show this tunnel turns out when we we don't make shows for you know depressing Indians we make we make shows the end of times we we don't always have the perfect ending in because it's it's it's life is what it is I mean we're not miracle makers and when I got you know so Charles medics joins me in studio the new program is eight days which is going to premiere January fourth on the F. Y. I. network more with Charles medics in just a moment KFI am six forty this is the most Kelly show we're live everywhere on the I heart radio app now to the news room for an update they live the KFI twenty four hour news room police said they have no motive in the shooting inside the west.

"charles medic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"charles medic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As in my lymph nodes and might be premieres January fourth the right now Charles medics joins me in studio Charles is good to see you as good to be here thank you so much for having me my family has this old saying I'm not saying that they started but it's it's a good thing I think you understand it is could be seen and not viewed yeah and sometimes we take this life for granted I know for my introduction everybody know someone who has dealt with cancer and even though we're in the midst of the holidays and people sometimes think about the people who are no longer with us yeah and invariably the point of the question is invariably we think of people who have passed because of cancer you included yeah how do you go about processing the loss of some one through such debilitating diseases you know it well and that's a good question and my father when he was diagnosed it was literally one day he was here a month later he wasn't here the only way I got to kind of reconcile that was the time I spent in the hospital with him which was probably about two two weeks because literally I flew in from Jamaica West Indies found out he was sick went to the hospital and spent two weeks in the past unfortunately he had great insurance he was a welder and in the union and everything like that but he never went to get himself checked and I believe that had he had gone for blood tests to blue blood test or even even you know some prostate screening colonoscopy is and things like that that they would have found the cancer and he would probably still be here to stay because I was just with him a month before or a few weeks before he fell down in little he was paralyzed with cancer and I remember he was fine we walk to the grocery store went to get some some cigars and stuff like that is first time in my dad went to smoke a cigar and and that was it they're two things that I can glean from your answer one was preventative medicine yeah get yourself checked out as a matter of fact I have my PSA prostate exam test in nine days yeah and I don't get him annually but just about I've had maybe six or seven of them but many men let me talk about men first are reluctant to even go to the doctor how do you think that that figures into people finding out much later like your father about advanced stage cancer how much can we do on a preventative side well you know and like I said I love get what I'm saying I love get yeah you don't enjoy exactly but what I what I mean by that is that I want to know you know I want the doctor to do what he's got to do whether it's through the test as well blood tests as well but also the physical hi my name is affirmed the the PSA blood test to the what they call the digital exam well you know what a lot of times you may miss something in the blood test because when they when they do that physical exam they could feel you know how that did any not jewels or how how hard it is up there I've seen people with little league if it wasn't for that they would have never known so I go get all my tests done all the time I want to know where I am and I I know I I I probably bother to doctors I mean last time I went to the heart doctor this lady was like one of the doctors what she was my typical doctor but she said you know what I don't know why we keep seeing you in I'm not gonna miss with her again but the point is is that I'm gonna go until they tell me I can go to and I think that if people really went specially men when got themselves checked out more early stage early detection you could easily be allowed these cancers that people might die from you see up beat a lot of these cancers you almost took my next question in the sense that in the larger fight would you say from just your side of the knowledge of this debate or this issue are we getting any closer to a medical breakthrough with cancer or would just moving along incrementally as far as improving the treatment of it well you know obviously I work with diabetes and a lot of the conditions and things like that I'm not sure if it is ever going to be a medical breakthrough for cancer I don't think at the end of the day that anybody really wants to cure cancer is billions I'll look out now I got no you might be stepping on toes as I say well you know what I'm here for legacy you know and I'm here to leave some kind of something for somebody else so there's no upside in the queue are financially you're saying no suggestion not at all no not not for any condition you know I work with diabetes heavily to as well and I have people say oh he's gonna be a cure for diabetes I'm like listen you would shut down fortune five hundred companies I mean you're talking about tens of thousands of people being out of work you talking about a non profit organization big nonprofit organizations haven't closed so no I don't believe that is a yeah they may have a cure for cancer I think that you know there's a lot of pre treatment some of the treatment that we did on the show was with a company called hold free cancel with which does alternative forms of treatment which you know for many is a is a great option a lot of people have tried to chemotherapy and radiation and it didn't work for so they try alternative forms of medicine but you can do it no together simultaneously with that is a precursor on the other side of this commercial break let's get into the program eight days yeah how you I would say involved yourself in these people's lives what did you learn from them and possibly what did they learn about themselves going through this process of you just tuning in right now my guest and studios Charles mattocks we're talking about the new program eight days my name is.

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"charles medic" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"charles medic" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"We wanted to start the podcast off talking about some of the confirmed meetings that we know about. And obviously, you know, I've seen different viewpoints on this. You know, they meet with a lot of guys at the senior bowl because they have the time to do. So they don't have a set limit. But yesterday, you know, in the end the second floor of the hotel, you had guys pull players aside, sit down and really have in depth. Not formal interviews with them. But in depth interviews with them for twenty thirty minutes. It wasn't just a stop by ask. If you questions get out of the way, it was a sit down and really talk to that player. So these are the guys that we have that have done those. I guess you could call it a formal slash informal somewhere in between meeting North Dakota state running back. Bruce Anderson, Florida state defensive tackle DeMarcus Christmas, Georgia state wide receiver penny heart Arizona state defensive tackle rental Rin Old Dominion, university wide receiver. Travis Travis forum fold home fold ham. I don't know how you pronounce it. But ODU kid, and then we got NC state wide receiver Jacoby Myers. And then there is a mystery man that I watched. Scout. And Chris hall talk to yesterday for I swear was an hour and fifteen minutes that I couldn't find out who it was. I looked at the back of his head or at I it was a tiny receiver. And then it looked like it was Charles medic, Hugh. And then I got into an argument with Connor about the difference between two hundred and five pounds and two hundred sixty pounds. So we started guessing the weights of random people on the field during practices, and you were definitely wrong about every single one of them know that guy was like six foot two two ten. He just was Connor. And then I said, well, I'm five eleven and I'm one hundred ninety five pounds. Look at me look at him. I know he's further away. But I can guarantee you that man is over or over one hundred ninety five pounds. You said he was about one eighty you're wrong. Just admit you were wrong about that. I'm not gonna mitt that. Because we don't know because we were standing five hundred feet away. But we're we do know the measurements to these also. Five hundred feet away. We were like two hundred fifty is like it was less than a football field away. You thought it was two hundred fifty feet away. Yes, he minyard's. No to Rome fifty two hundred and fifty feet is like less than one hundred yards. Yes. We were under a hundred yards away from that where we not less than one hundred yards away from the side. We're gonna find a friend how close to read it at resting at the fifty yard line. And we were like fifty rose up in the bleachers. I'd say about a song around thirty forty yards. Yes. Not much at all. How how how how wide is a football field. Fifty eight yards or. Here young something yard. So here we go. So it's fifty three fifty three divided by two is what twenty one and a half. Yes. And then you got the sideline to the railing. That's probably another twenty one and a half. So there's forty yards. It was literally wasting time. Let's go over the measurements of the guys that we know that the Cowboys have met with that. We know these are official measurements. Because they weighed in at the senior bowl. So you're not guessing on these Bruce Anderson weighed in at a thick five one one two two own nine really thick in the lower half powerful in the upper half. He did suffer an injury today are sorry yesterday in the practices that we weren't able to attend. So he did not practice today. They they called up. The pit running back wasn't Darren Hall. Darren Hall from Pitt another big guy take his place. So Bruce Anderson suffered some kind of an injury. They didn't really tell us much about it yet. I'm sure that's something. We'll find out a bit later. He's a guy that the Cowboys didn't meet with so good size to him underutilized receiver at North Dakota state..

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